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Katy Perry Signs Russell Brand Divorce Settlement With Smiley Face

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Katy Perry sealed her divorce from Russell Brand with a smiley face after her signature.

We told you that the divorce was amicable, but here’s further proof that Katy Perry really is happy with the divorce settlement she reached with her former husband.

Russell Brand has said that he will not be invoking California state laws which would entitle him to half of the multi-million dollar fortune that Firework singer Katy Perry amassed during their short marriage.

The divorce papers make that clear. They were signed yesterday by Superior Court Judge Marc Mamaro.

The way Katy Perry signed her name (her real maiden name, Katheryn Elizabeth Hudson) with a happy smiley face shows that she is happy with the settlement they reached. Irreconcilable differences was cited in the divorce petition, filed by Russell.

Despite their very different levels of wealth, the couple did not sign a pre-nuptial agreement before marrying in October 2010. comedian Russell has waived his right to a portion of her vast fortune, estimated in the region of £45million, that he is entitled to under Californian law.

The divorce will become legal on July 14.

Katy Perry has become the latest celebrity name (after Kim Kardashian) to be linked to NFL star Tim Tebow, while Russell Brand is thought to be growing close to Zooey Deschanel, who looks rather like his soon-to-be ex-wife Katy.

What are you reading in to Katy’s happy face signature on the divorce papers?

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